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[filmscanners] Re: Archiving to CD - is there a file sizelimit ?



I use Creator 4.0. on a Plextor 8X drive without buffer underrun
protection.  I had a rate of failures with version 3.5 and 4.0 both with
this drive of about 25% until I changed to brand name disks.  Since then
I have had a ZERO failure rate.

I always shut down all programs in my task bar prior to cutting a CD and
I do not move the mouse or use the computer in any other manner during
recording.  I make a CD image prior to final recording, and I make sure
anything that has a times shut down, like screen protectors, drive spin
down, and sleep modes, is shut off.

I will agree, however, that once Creator 4.0 gets any type of error, you
have to reboot the computer to get it functional again.  This seems to
happen if I use any of the utilities that come with the program, like
spin doctor, sound editor, etc, and then go back to CD Creator afterward.

Art

Mike Bloor wrote:

> At 20:50 02/05/2002 +0200, anthony@atkielski.com wrote:
>
>>What kind of difficulty are you having?  A single file must be written
>>in one pass, with no pauses or interruptions, so if anything on the machine
>>interferes, the file might not get written, and your CD becomes a shiny
>>coaster.
>>
>
> I don't think it's to do with buffers, speed or the capability of the CD
> writer.  If I try to create a CD image on disk, I just get the same
> problems.  I'm beginning to think that once Easy CD writer has had one
> problem, it then reports problems on everything until it is closed down and
> restarted.
>
>
>
>
> Mike Bloor
>
>
>


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